I’d been dragging my camera around all day, taking mediocre pictures in mid day. Exhausted, I sat down on the bench at a bus stop and waited. When I looked up I noticed the beautiful lights of Mandalay Bay sparkling against a beautiful blue sky as the sun set. I took this picture at 1/6 sec. ISO 2000 and f/8. I also took this picture handheld, since I had no tripod with me. It’s slightly blurry, but overall I’m pleased with how it turned out. 🙂
Lucy and I met through a local theatre production where she played the lead female role brilliantly! I was very honored when she asked me to photograph her wedding.
Lucy and her husband Peter were married in a beautiful Catholic church. January 2013.
Although I had photographed many weddings as a freelancer, this was only my second time photographing a wedding as “AV Images”, so I wanted to make sure I did a great job!
After a couple of thorough photography lessons, I dragged my husband along as a second photographer and he did a fantastic job. This picture above is one of my favorite shots of the day, many thanks to my multi-talented husband!
At the reception, Lucy and Peter gave the guests adorable jars of honey, made right in their backyard!
After taking a few shots near this beautiful fireplace, we had just enough time to take a few shots outside at dusk!
After a wonderful dinner, with cake and delicious desserts;
A night of dancing ensued!
Happy 1-year Anniversary to Lucy & Peter!
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I was especially looking forward to photographing Heather and David’s wedding. Often times, there isnt alot of leeway when taking photographs in traditional churches. They tied the knot at Glen Gables Wedding Chapel & Banquet Hall, which allowed alot of time for pictures and great leeway inside the chapel for better shots.
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I was especially looking forward to photographing Heather and David’s wedding. Often times, there isnt alot of leeway when taking photographs in traditional churches. They tied the knot at Glen Gables Wedding Chapel & Banquet Hall, which allowed alot of … Continue reading
Downtown Detroit Skyline Canon 60D 18-200mm at 60mm ISO 100 f/14 25 seconds exposure